This Father's Day, treat Dad to a great book. Read on for our staff picks!
Great Scott! If your dad is looking to go back in time (and is ready to hop in the DeLorean at the drop of a hat), give him a copy of Back to the Future illustrated by Kim Smith. He'll love following Marty's adventure in picture book form and will be excited to share his love for the film with you!
Acclaimed artist Andrew DeGraff has created beautiful hand-painted maps of pop culture’s fan favorites, from King Kong to The Princess Bride to Mad Max: Fury Road — with the routes of major characters charted in meticulous cartographic detail.
This little pocket-sized handbook goes over all things beer! If your dad is an aspiring homebrewer, enjoys IPAs, or just plain loves beer, get him this small but mighty read.
Is your dad a horror junkie? Give him a tour through the horror paperback novels of the ’70s and ’80s . . . if you dare. Be sure to pair this one with a gift card to his favorite used bookstore. Once he explores these crazy, unbelievable books, he’ll want to expand his personal collection.
Cool being the operative word here... (Seriously though, we know your pops is awesome.) This parody magazine is chock full of dad jokes, parenting humor, and more.
Know a brand spankin’ new dad? Say Happy First Father’s Day with a classic — the Baby Owner’s Manual!
If you want to double up on new dad books, grab Stuff Every Dad Should Know, too. Written by Quirk Books president and publisher Brett Cohen, this handy little guide teaches new dads everything from the basics to the unexpected, like how to stop a temper tantrum, how to rid a room of monsters, or how to photograph your child.
Does your dad love obscure characters in comic book history? Get him the follow-up to The League of Regrettable Superheroes by Jon Morris. He’ll love pouring over these D-list rogues!